Home Learning and Class Pages
Staff have created links for home learning during school closure at the top of each class page. Just click on you class from the drop down menu. Also, see below for all-age home learning links.
Personal Physical Challenges
This is a Personal Challenge Passport that has been sent out by our School Sports Organisers. There are a series of challenges for your child to attempt (according to their age, needs and abilities). The personal challenge is to improve their score after every attempt. Good luck and we would love to see your tweets when you are working on a personal challenge.
#Fieldworklive will be a fortnight of FREE live lessons which will take place from Monday 20th April – Friday 1st May 2020, focusing on a range of Geography and Science content aimed at Primary KS2 (Ages 7-11), KS3 (Ages 11-14), GCSE (Ages 14-16) and Progress GCSE to A Level (Ages 16-18).
First News, the UK’s only newspaper for children, is available for a limited time as a free download for parents and pupils.
Download First News for more stories including a rare blond badger found in Oxford on page 7, and the car-free neighbourhood being built in the Netherlands on page 11! Your pupils can then take part in this week's poll on whether they would like to live in a neighbourhood where bikes are being used instead of cars. Download this issue with accompanying Activity Sheets for free.
In direct response to schools and clubs closing indefinitely, Amaven have launched the 'Young Champions' Online Programme to enable children to continue with their Physical Education and Sports Training at home, via easy to follow videos.
This is available completely free while schools remain closed. It’s open to everybody, so simply register and start using the workouts. They can help children stay energised, active and learn sports skills.
CLICK HERE for this link